INTRUDER # 10 pick up
Cover: Darin Shuler
Tabloid newspaper black and magenta
16 pages 16 contributors 3000 copies
Debuts April 12th 6 til 9 at the Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery
with a month long exhibition of the original artwork
Use of INTRUDER comics #135: keep a table from wobbling when you’re drawing at Cafe Racer.
Seattle PI telling the world about INTRUDER #10 at the Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery
Seattle has always been a city synonymous with independent art. Whether it be the countless bands, visual artists, hip hop music, or comic book creators, it is a town rich with talent. When it come…
Mark Allender and Marc J Palm get interviewed for the Capeless Crusader.
Here’s the information about our release party at the Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery on APRIL 12th.
New Issue of Guacamole available at EXTERMINATOR CITY this weekend in Seattle.
Seattle Weekly says:
"For the first time since the ’90s, Seattle is in the midst of an underground-comics renaissance. This explosion of new work comes in part thanks to the unifying power of the Short Run Festival and the monthly Dune Comics night at Café Racer. These two events aren’t necessarily breeding new comic artists; rather, they’re bringing disparate, secluded artists together in one place. All sorts of wonderful scribblers have been coming out of the woodwork and dazzling folks with their heretofore unknown talents, and we couldn’t be more excited. The newest alt-comix gathering is the inaugural Exterminator City, where 16 artists will show and sell their work all in one place. Members of The Intruder, the Ballard Sketch Team, Seattle Indie Comic and Game Artists, and participants in the Dune Comics night are among those who’ll be hawking their doodly wares. Half of the tables are reserved for women, so ladies need not worry that this will turn into a Comicon-style sausage fest. Push/Pull Studio Gallery (Greenwood Collective), 8537 Greenwood Ave. N., facebook.com/ExterminatorCity. Free. Noon–6 p.m."
A dream has come true for INTRUDER comics. We’ve earn ourselves an exhibition of our art and a launch party of issue #10 at the Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery.
Thanks to Larry Reid and everyone at Fantagraphics Books.
Tom Van Deusen created this promotional art that also marks the end of Scorched Earth. This serial will be concluding but Tom’s gonna be sticking around.
WHO: Seattle’s Alternative Comics Newspaper Anthology, INTRUDER and music by Lori Goldston (Nirvana: Unplugged) and Kyle Hanson.
WHEN: Saturday, April 12th from 6pm-8pm
WHERE: Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery is located at 1201 S. Vale St Seattle, WA 98108
Sponsored by Hilliard’s Beer (SEA)
HOW MUCH: FREE!!!
Many of the INTRUDER crew will be tabling at this new underground comix market on Saturday the 5th. Free to the public, but the “Man” has to pay.
New comics and prints by James Gnartoons, Marc Palm, Seth Goodkind, Scott Travis, Brittany Kusa and Ben Horak.
Coming up on April 5th is the first edition of Exterminator City, an independent comic fair in Seattle, wa! Come on by and get some rad comics, zines, art, etc from some damn talented local artist. https://www.facebook.com/ExterminatorCity
The Seattle Times took notice of the creepy weird stuff we’ve been doing for a couple of years now. They even put into print!!!
Here’s a section from the supplement that was in the Sunday paper this weekend.
And the full digital version of the article featuring contributors: Max Clotfelter, Eroyn Franklin, Marc Palm and Tom Van Deusen.
4hr comic for the monthly DUNE Comic night.
New Clotfelter newave published by Snakebomb!
Harsh Drug Newave riso printed on handcut newsprint. 8 pages of Max's signature gut-punchlines. Getcha minicomics fix.